I thought Sweden was generally rubbished by us here in the UK for having a disastrous approach to managing Covid? But according to the BBC they are doing just fine despite no lockdowns and a slightly lower vaccination level than we have in the UK.
Anyone know anyone in Sweden who can verify if this is true?
How are they doing compared to Denmark, Norway and Finland?
Very, very poorly it seems.
By the way, what made you join UKC today?
> How are they doing compared to Denmark, Norway and Finland?
> Very, very poorly it seems.
Far better at the moment apparently according to the BBC.
> By the way, what made you join UKC today?
To ask for advise regarding ice climbing.
Regardless, Sweden is a really interesting case study about Covid management.
In the UK and the USA there’s been strong calls for tighter measures. The Swedes seem quite content with their approach - it’s pretty interesting.
> To ask for advise regarding ice climbing.
Stick to that then. No more Covid BS please.
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